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  1. Denis Scott Denis Scott says:

    I have never read any Elizabeth Moon before and if anyone told me that I would enjoy a story where the central character was an old woman whose favourite pastime was gardening I d have been very sceptical.However this book has really held my attention At no point did I feel that I was just reading to get to the interesting bit I see this as a feminist novel of its day 1996 I don t see it being a matter of the main character s intellect or intelligence I feel that both are demonstrated adequately It is a matter of confidence the hero s confidence in her own understanding has been worn down by her place in society as an elderly woman Her intelligence in understanding others perception of her is outstanding An interesting read.

  2. skycat skycat says:

    I bought this book on the recommendation of the first three reviews I read, and I wasn t disappointed at all in fact, it far surpassed my expectations.Beautifully written, the tale created a believable situation for those of us not bound down by earthly prejudice, but for me, the real message behind the author s words was that we all have the right to a life of our choosing and that the life experiences of the older generation are the most valuable gifts we can give to our children.A fairly slow paced tale, though never dragging, each page leads you on to the next amazing encounter, where two species learn about each other in a series of sometimes amusing, and sometimes dramatic events I loved this book wholeheartedly, and it buoyed me up in a world where there is far too much negativity If you want to feel better, positive and generally happier, do read this book.

  3. april april says:

    excellent, deep, slow and steady, inspiring novelperfect for old folks..i wish i were ofeliagood show.i re read this regularly, to get courage and strengthrecommended

  4. R Webb R Webb says:

    I love this book The main character is beautifully written and her development is hugely enjoyable Her reaction to her visitors not wanting to give spoilers is just so wonderfully practical I found her to be a character I could relate to and believe in To have an older woman as the main character is refreshing, and the writer s treatment of her equally so This is a book I have read again and again and it led me to seek out others by Elizabeth Moon I enjoy her characters very much because she writes them with such a sure hand, particularly women, and her older women are an absolute delight.

  5. wayne thomas ashton wayne thomas ashton says:

    An excellent novel outlining a first contact scenario between mankind and a species that has recently developed sentience Written from the point of view of an elderly woman with extensive life experience from a retrograde culture in a corporation dominated Universe The author shows a sound knowledge of Biology and Ecology which adds to the appeal of this book I would love to see a sequel showing what happened on the colonised world fifty or a hundred years down the line.

  6. Paul Osborn Paul Osborn says:

    A good author at her best.

  7. Customer Customer says:

    I really enjoyed this book It starts a bit slowly with the departure of the colony under the orders of the uncaring corporation Then slowly builds your interest with the description of the solitary life of the remaining colonist The completely unexpected development of the alien contact was very well done.Thoroughly recommend this book, hard to put down.

  8. Stoker Stoker says:

    Excellent read, but I wouldn t expect anything else from this author.

  9. TVR-Andy TVR-Andy says:

    This story is about an abandoned colony where an old woman decides to stay behind It is about her getting to trust the resident population non human which goes OK until mankind returns A good read.

  10. oldie but goodie, Suffolk oldie but goodie, Suffolk says:

    First read this years ago, re read it maybe a couple of years ago and have now purchased it so that I can read it as often as I like I love this story.

  11. Jim Jim says:

    Unusual but only given 3 Star This only one of two I did not like reading all of her other books are a great read

  12. Calyad Calyad says:

    Everyone else has given a synopsis I will just say that anyone who love Ms Moon s writing should not let this one slip by At first it worried me that the main female character was so old, but then it became apparent that that was how it should be I am in my sixties myself, and though I probably wouldn t have fit the code, I can t help but applaud the woman who did I understand everything she did, mainly wanting to be alone, but worrying about the reality of it She came through because of and in spite of the other characters, and because of the way it was written I could see it all My heart feels so full after reading it A wonderful story

  13. nw nw says:

    Nach einem etwas schleppendem Anfang hat mich das Buch doch noch in seinen Bann geschlagen.Und am Ende, als die anfangs ein wenig sture rebelllischen Alte, die eigentlich nur einen Lebensabend in Freiheit gesucht hat, mit sich selbst in Frieden aus einer aufregenden neuen Welt gegangen ist, war ich traurig, dass die Geschichte zu Ende ist.Wer weiche Science Fiction mag, die sich weniger um Technik als um Menschen k mmert, ist hier gut aufgehoben.

  14. T Chandirasekar T Chandirasekar says:

    Not really my cup of tea Author has boiled down first contact to an old woman mothering bunch of juvenile aliens None if characters including protagonist stands out In fact protagonist moves from a practical lady to a cranky person.

  15. Kunde Kunde says:

    I never read sci fi, but this one was really interesting It makes you think about aging and how we look at it often.

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